More Best Places to Work: Outlaw Partners

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Location: Big Sky, Montana
Number of Employees: 18
Digs: Two-story office in Big Sky—almost every office has a view of 11,166-foot Lone Peak or the surrounding national forest—with music pumping in the hallways.
Culture: Long hours, lots of creative energy flowing throughout the office, and people passionate about their work—that’s Outlaw in a nutshell. Employees work hard, but they also self-manage their schedule, taking breaks to go hiking or run the dog and coming in late if there’s fresh powder on the mountain. Fridays often include jam sessions, where the team rallies around a few drinks to come up with new ideas. You can also catch the staff performing renditions of Bob Marley and the Grateful Dead during late hours in their “vent” room, a studio with a full drum kit, amps, and guitars.
Sweet Perks: Season passes to the local ski area, gym passes, the occasional cat-skiing trip in British Columbia or multi-day raft trips down the rivers of Idaho.
Now Hiring: Publications editor, salesperson
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